Assembly B

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4.1 Uploading Assembly Program

Note: Before installing the rocker arm for each servo, you need to adjust the servo. Connect the servo wires to the port D2 of the Servo Control Board and configure the initial position of the servo.

Step 1: Hook the servo wires to D2, connect the Servo Control Board to PC via a USB cable, and the PC will automatically install the driver. The COM port connected will appear.

Step 2: Go to the folder Rollflash Bionic Robot Turtle for Arduino\Code\Basic\1.Servo and open the file Servo.ino.

Step 3: Select the Board.

And Port.

Step 4: Click Upload.

After the upload is completed successfully, unplug the USB cable and press the switch on the board. You may hear the sound of gear moving (or may not, if the servo shaft happens to be at 90 degrees at the beginning; but you GENTLY spin the rocker arm and you’ll find it’s unmovable). So now the servo is adjusted to 90 degrees. 

Note: Before installing the rocker arm for each servo, you need to adjust the servo. Connect the servo wires to the port D2 of the Servo Control Board and configure the initial position of the servo.

Step 1: Hook the servo wires to D2, connect the Servo Control Board to PC via a USB cable, and the PC will automatically install the driver. The COM port connected will appear.

Step 2: Go to the folder Rollflash Bionic Robot Turtle for Arduino\Code\Basic\1.Servo and open the file Servo.ino.

Step 3: Select the Board.

And Port.

Step 4: Click Upload.

After the upload is completed successfully, unplug the USB cable and press the switch on the board. You may hear the sound of gear moving (or may not, if the servo shaft happens to be at 90 degrees at the beginning; but you GENTLY spin the rocker arm and you’ll find it’s unmovable). So now the servo is adjusted to 90 degrees.